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[at-l] You virus-knowin' folx...
- Subject: [at-l] You virus-knowin' folx...
- From: email@example.com (Paul Morgan)
- Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2002 10:08:45 -0500
This is someone sending an Email in RTF format using Microsoft Exchange
Server. If the recipient can't handle normal RTF formatting then Microsoft
Outlook sends along this winmail.dat file to format the text. Your client
hasn't got a clue what this file does so it just shows it as an attachment.
If you were using the right software (Exchange Server) that winmail.dat
would be received and used to format the text of the message. Check out
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;EN-US;Q138053& for more
>occasionally I'll get e-mails with 'winmail.dat' tagged on
>to the bottom. The other 'text' in the message is normal (in
>appearance, not content). There is just an attachment at the
>bottom called 'winmail.dat'.
>What is dat? I mean that?
>Felix J. McGillicuddy
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